Although the Chuck Taylor All Star 70 model has been around for decades now, Converse is still thinking up new ways to revitalize it, with its cheetah-print sneakers being one of its most recent iterations.
Converse calls the two-toned colorway 'Black/Egret,' and uses the former shade to create uneven spots all over the hue of cream that's beneath it. In order to maintain a minimalist aesthetic, the brand leaves the uppers free of its usual branding, allowing the statement pattern to take it over and be at the focus of the design.
The cheetah-print sneakers are finished off with the silhouette's classic rubber soles, which are a clean hue of white with black branding on the heels and a stripe through the middle.
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